The Truth Telling Project
The Truth Telling Project implements and sustains grassroot, community-centered truth-telling processes to amplify our voices about structural violence. We share stories, facilitate healing, support activist on the ground, educate, and seek justice.
Structural Violence refers to systematic ways in which social structures harm or otherwise disadvantage individuals -
it is subtle, often invisible, and often has no one specific person who can or will be held responsible.
We are a not-for-profit organization under the sponsorship of the NEIU Foundation.
HELP ANNA CREATE AN EDUCATIONAL TOOLKIT FOR INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES
Each month The Truth Telling Project highlights an activist and the work their doing. Larger organizations often times have the resources and community to fundraise to support their efforts, while activist on the ground have a hard time getting funded for simple trainings. We believe that supporting these activist is essential for progressing the movement for black lives. Join us in crowd-funding for the executive director of the New Mexico Equity and Social Justice Institute, Anna Rondon.
Last winter we connected with Anna Ronden and other indigenous women on Truth Telling in New Mexico. As a result, we're creating an online resource to educate people on the ways that native communities are being affected by structural violence; including environmental racism, police violence, missing peoples and more.
We need your help! We need to hire a video editor and pay our web creator.
Any amount of donation is greatly appreciated.